Last Updated on December 15, 2023

When installing a child safety fence around your property you probably have already looked into the different rules and regulations regarding the child safety fence around your pool. However, before you just go out and install the new fence you need to take into consideration the area around the pool. Hopefully the space is even, which would allow for the best method for installing the fence. Of course, this isn’t always the case and you might find hills and changes in the level of your property which would throw off the overall measurement of the fence. In order to build a pool fence on different levels you do have a few options available.

Begin by conducting a survey

Whether you have a sloping or multi-leveled yard, the first step in building a mesh pool fence is to conduct a survey of the pool area. This involves inspecting the area carefully and measuring the distance between the pool and existing structures, slopes, steps, and other features that could affect the installation process. This will help you come up with a detailed plan for your pool fence and determine the amount of fence material, tools, and equipment required for the project.

Simply building a taller fence is always an option, so should the land drop half a foot or so in different directions a six foot fence ensures you’re always within the city ordinance code. This basically allows you to ignore the grade difference in the property, so the dips and raises shouldn’t prove an issue.install pool fence

Stepped panels is an option, should you have rather significant slopes on the property. The stepped fence panels are designed to allow the fence to follow the slope and change in level while maintaining a constant space at the bottom of the fence. This allows you to raise or lower the fence, depending on the grade of the hill, to make sure it is always at the same height, only the distance between the bottom of the fence and the ground changes slightly. This is a less expensive option than some of the other alternatives, so if you don’t like the spacing at the base of the fence you can opt into planting small bushes around the base of the fence to hide the gap.

The rackable panels is another option available. These panels are pre-built and are able to adjust out of a traditional square shape in order to configure to the shape of the changing level. The fence is built out of a series of parallelograms which contour to the property shape. This way, the top and bottom of the fence stay parallel to the ground while the parallelograms fit the change in slope.

Choose the type of mesh fence

Once you’ve conducted the survey, you can move on to selecting the type of mesh fence that suits your needs. There are several types of mesh pool fences available, including removable, semi-permanent, and permanent fences. Removable fences are ideal for those who want a fence that can be taken down and put up easily, while semi-permanent and permanent fences are great for those who want a fence that can withstand harsh weather conditions and last longer. Whatever type of fence you choose, make sure that it is durable, secure, and meets your local building codes and safety standards.

Install the fence posts

With the survey and fence type chosen, it’s time to start preparing for the installation process. Begin by marking the locations of your fence posts and drilling holes into them. The fence posts should be installed at regular intervals along the perimeter of the pool, and installed at a depth of at least two feet to ensure that they are stable. Once the posts are installed, the next step is to place them into the holes and fill them with concrete to secure them firmly in place.

Finish the installation

Finally, after the mesh fabric has been installed, it’s time to finish the installation process by adding any additional features such as self-closing gates or child-proof latches. These features not only enhance the security of your pool fence but also add to its aesthetic appeal. You can also choose to add mesh covers or nets to your fence to safeguard the pool area from debris and unwanted visitors.

Why Childguard DIY Mesh Pool Fences?

The greatest feature of Childguard DIY Mesh Pool Fences is their flexibility in installation. You can install them on different levels around your pool, including stairs and decks. This means you don’t have to worry about installing it around most swimming pool areas. 

Childguard DIY Mesh Pool Fences come in many different colors, so you can choose the one that matches the aesthetics of your pool area. They blend perfectly with your landscaping and don’t detract from the beauty of your outdoor living space. We offer black, beige, brown, gray to name a few.

Childguard DIY Mesh Pool Fences come in three different heights, so you can pick the one that’s most appropriate for your child’s safety. You can choose from 4-foot, 4.5-foot, and 5-foot lengths. The 5-foot option is perfect if you want to prevent pets and other animals from entering your pool area. This makes our Mesh Pool Fences great for homes with pets and small children.

 

In conclusion, building a mesh pool fence on different levels requires time, patience, and a thorough understanding of the installation process. By conducting a survey, selecting the right type of fence, installing fence posts, installing the mesh fabric, and finishing the installation process, you can safeguard your loved ones around your pool and provide yourself with peace of mind. At the end of the day, the safety of your loved ones is paramount, and investing in a sturdy pool fence is a small price to pay for their well-being.